Volume : IV, Issue : VIII, August - 2015

BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION.

Jayakrishnan. S. , Jayanthi Bai. N

Abstract :

Myocardial infarction (MI) continues to be a major cause of mortality and also death at early ages all over the world. This study is undertaken to evaluate the role of biocardiac markers in MI and to identify some reliable markers which would help the physician in the early stages diagnosis enabling him to intervene effectively to reduce subsequent mortality rates. Lipid profile, lipid ratios, CK–MB and Troponin I are measured in patients with chest pain. Troponin I is seen as an ideal cardio sensitive and specific marker for the early diagnosis of Myocardial infarction. A combination of CK–MB and Troponin I is further confirmation of MI. Measurement of lipid profile and lipid ratios from an early age and correction of dislipidemia would help to reduce the incidence of MI and to prevent early age deaths .Further, through curtailing health care expenses primary health care could be extended to more of the needy and at affordable cost.

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JAYAKRISHNAN.S., JAYANTHI BAI.N Biochemical Markers and Myocardial Infarction. Paripex-Indian Journal Of Research, Vol: 4, Issue : 8 August 2015


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